The Laws Respecting Women: As They Regard Their Natural Rights Or Their Connections and Conduct in which Their Interests and Duties as Daughters, Wards, Heiresses, Spinsters, Sisters, Wives, Widows, Mothers, Legatees, Executrixes, &c. are Obligations of Parent and Child and the Condition of Minors. The Whole Laid Down According to the Principles of the Common and Statute Law...and the Substance of the Trial of Elizabeth, Duchess Dowager of Kingston on an Indictment for Bigamy Before the House of Peers, April 1776. In Four Books
J. Johnson, 1777 - Children - 449 pages
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